LATEST DATA FOR THE MEDIUM TERM SHOWING THAT MOISTURE INCREASING FOR THE FIRST WEEK OF AUGUST.

Updated: Jul 23

But the timing of the frontal weather will dictate the rainfall spread across southern and western parts of the nation!


It is nice to see rainfall back over parts of the southeast today as the pattern begins to break down in the Tasman Sea.


More to come on this throughout the week but the idea is still the same for weather to tend more traditional for this time of year with the movement of the westerly wind belt gradually north and interacting with moisture from the northwest and west over the Indian Ocean.


This weather pattern is starting to become more active and once again the broader data sets support this against the single data sets I have made reference to in a separate post.